We are located at 1377 Midland Ave, unit 460. Kingston Ontario.

The building is at the back between the two strip malls (behind Impact Battery). We are the very last unit in the industrial building at the back.


We are wheelchair accessible. There is a ramp to the door with parking to the side. All doors are automated. We planned with everyone in mind and have lots of contrast for the partially sighted community, wide open spaces free from obstructions and chairs spread throughout the space. Please let us know if there is anything else that you want or need for access.

Please note that the parking lot is unfortunately gravel. If you park beside the ramp (not gravel), you can get onto it with minimal gravel.

We offer classes for all skill levels

We teach circus arts to all people. We are proud to offer accessible and progressive challenges for adaptive individuals who are looking to explore the world of circus.

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Aerial Classes

Our aerial classes start with a warm up on the ground and then progress to the equipment. We use aerial fabric, static and dance trapezes and aerial hoops. We work on all skills on fabric close to the ground until students have shown they are ready to go higher. The classes focus on safety and technique.

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We start with a mobility warm up on the ground and movements that are relevant to handstands before moving into inversions. Students are taught ways to practice handstands to gain confidence doing them without their back to a wall. The last part of the class is a combination of active and passive stretching that is relevant to handstands (and general flexibility).

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Partner Acro

Classes start with individual and partner/group warm ups. Skills are practiced in many different orientations and configurations. Working in partners or groups, participants spot, fly and base various skills and progressions depending on experience of class participants.

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How a circus performer got back in the ring after losing her lower legs

City of Kingston

Erin Ball
2018 Creator Award winner

Erin Ball - 2018 Creator Award winner

Erin Ball is a Kingston-based circus artist whose disciplines include aerial silks and trapeze, wheelchair acrobatics, aerial wheelchair, aerial hoop, partner acrobatics, hand balancing and hooping. In 2014, Erin faced life changing events that resulted in the loss of her lower legs. Since returning to her passion of performing, training and coaching, Erin uses her perspective and experiences to tell stories, inspire others, and explore the possibilities of movement. Today, Erin is the owner of Kingston Circus Arts where she teaches circus arts to all bodies, shapes, sizes, ages and situations. Learn more about the Mayor's Arts Awards: https://www.cityofkingston.ca/city-hall/kingston-awards/mayors-arts-awards

Posted by The City of Kingston on Tuesday, November 6, 2018


Multi-week and drop-in classes available

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